This video clip is definitely giving us flashback memories of watching Disney VHS tapes when we were children!

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Disney classic Pocahontas, Judy Kuhn, who was Pocahontas' singing voice in the ‘90s flick, is remixing the movie's theme song "Colors of the Wind."

The awesome video starts out with the message, "To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Disney's Pocahontas, Fun Home composer Jeanine Tesori and star Judy Kuhn (the original singing voice of Pocahontas) have some fun with ‘Colors of the Wind.'" Tesori plays the piano while Kuhn sits next to her and belts out the classic jam.


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But this version isn't exactly like the original. Kuhn and Tesori mix it up by playing with different musical styles throughout the vid. Kuhn sings at different octaves and even hits some insanely high notes towards the end of the clip (move over, Mariah Carey!).

"Have you ever heard the wolf cry to the blue corn moon/ Or asked the grinning bobcat why he grinned?" Kuhn croons beautifully. "Can you sing with all the voices of the mountains?/ Can you paint with all the colors of the wind?"

In addition to the anniversary video, Kuhn recently admitted she has no idea what the lyric "blue corn moon" refers to. "I have always hoped someone could explain it to me," she told EW. "That being said, I don't believe I have ever heard a wolf cry. I do live in New York City where we now apparently have coyotes, but I have not heard of any wolf sightings. Yet."

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